Enter a physical learning environment to follow instructed lessons by an ‘Ai’ character on three screened monitors and ‘Pi’, a live human instructor. These two authoritative roles - irl human and digital copy - both call for attention, stacking up an array of instructed activity. This cognitive pattern play is reflected in graphic scores that map movement throughout the green-glowing space.
P-iD vs π-eD is a collaboration between Rachel Cheung and Piedad Albarracin Seiquer, which probes human cognitive and agility functions in a world of online self-learning cultures.
Opening Sunday 21 October with two participatory performances, sign up details below.
Drinks will be served from 19:30 onwards, when the exhibition can be viewed as an installation.
Open Tuesday 23 October - Friday 26 October, between 10:00 - 19:00.
The installation is conceived to be used in a movement class, where you are guided through the cognitive pattern grids. No previous experience is required. You can join this participatory performance on either
Sunday 21 October 18:00 - 18:30 (10 places)
Sunday 21 October 19:00 - 19:30 (10 places)
Friday 26 October 16:00 - 16:30 (10 places)
Participating is free, but due to limited space booking is essential. Grab your spot at peakart.eventbrite.co.uk 👈
This event is the concluding part of life/forms, a series of events consisting of:
life/forms 1.0 | To want to be what you are at Chisenhale Studios / 05.08.18 / the live teaser for a masterclass in mimicry and seduction, led by Anna Frijstein.
life/forms 2.0 | Königin der Nacht at Kunstraum / 02.09.18 / a sonic and organic/machinic installation by Johannes Büttner and Bastian Hagedorn.
life/forms 3.0 | Wild Combination at Flat Time House / 16.09.18 / a guided tour on how to be wild, time travel and other peculiar classifications of living beings, led by Lou Lou Sainsbury.
The series is accompanied by a publication, which will be available as a free take-home and can also be viewed and downloaded via lucycowling.info. It is designed to be read in 'two page view'.